What does DataNexus do?

June 28, 2017
by Eddie Satterly

The easiest thing is to ask if you have any of these issues you are wrestling with.

1. Do you have the right staff to build a data solution that handles relational, NoSQL and file based stores? Do you understand how to get data from the sources to where it needs to rest for reporting, analysis or ML?

2. Can you do real time data migrations from one system to the next and verify integrity of datasets? Do you want to move from a proprietary RDBMS to open source RDBMS? Would you love to reduce your spend or Oracle? or Microsoft SQL? Would you prefer to keep multiple copies of data or fork data feeds to multiple destinations and with separate filters and rules?

3. Do you know what data sets you have and need, but not know how or where to store it for the outcomes you desire? Do you need to try multiple destinations and test which one is right for your use case?

If any of these apply to you then DataNexus can help you. The core of the platform is open source and uses open source data stores that have options for commercial support if you need it. You can build and test on all open source and then get production support when you need it. At the core is Confluent, a Kafka implementation, that is used to route all data. The sources can be relational such as Oracle and MSSQL, data streams, APIs, NoSQL or file based.

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